Chef Tom fires up the Napoleon Phantom 500 for Coconut Shrimp! Breaded in smoked coconut, then fried on the side burner, these coconut shrimp are served along side a scratch-made honey mango chile sauce for dipping.
Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Loaded Wichita Offset Smoker to give these brined-then-smoked Barbecue Chicken Wings a quick soak in the smoke before searing them over direct flame inside the fire box. Finished with a toss in barbecue sauce and served with garlic parm dipping sauce, these wings are perfect for your next game-day party!
If you’re looking to branch out from your typical American barbecue, give these Korean Barbecue Short Ribs (or Galbi) a try. It’s a simple way to achieve big flavor, especially with the salty, umami addition of the Ssamjang dipping sauce!
You’ve made the pastrami, now it’s time for the ultimate pastrami sandwich! The Pastrami Reuben. The only thing that makes a homemade Pastrami Reuben better is homemade sauerkraut. With a little patience, you’ll find yourself enjoying one of the greatest sandwiches you’ve ever tasted!
Check out these Backyard Baby Back Ribs for low maintenance, perfectly seasoned, tender, juicy ribs! Sure to please a crowd without overworking the pit-master on his day off, backyard baby back ribs are perfect for any occasion!
Why choose between smoked wings and fried wings when you can have both! These smoke fried chicken wings begin their journey on the smoker, and finish with a dip in the fryer. And once you try this scratch made buffalo sauce, you’ll be whipping up your own sauce every time you make wings!
You know them, you love them, and they are king of the game day spread. With the big game nearly upon us, it’s time to plan the party food menu, and we’d highly recommend you kick up the wing game another notch with these chile infused, sweet barbecue chicken wings.
Friends don’t let friends fry wings. Spread the word, wings belong on the grill. The texture is fantastic, and the flavor is in a whole other league. This concept is simple, really, but doing it right will make all the difference. The breakdown goes like this: brine, rub, grill, sauce. Brining adds flavor and will help you retain moisture.